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The "Book of Ice" is Changing
Hunters spend a lifetime learning to read the signs of the land and sea, and developing the skills needed for survival. For millenia, this knowledge has been passed down from generation to generation.
What you now see on the surface of the ice does not always represent what is under the ice - according to the traditional knowledge - and even the most skilled hunters are increasingly becoming involved in accidents.
Rules that have stood the test of centuries are suddenly changing, and this presents a modern-day problem - how do you continue to pass this knowldege down to future generations?
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